Use a transistor and an ammeter to measure inductance

Raju Baddi writes: Bipolar junction transistors transfer a current from a lower-resistance emitter to a higher-resistance collector. You can use this property to measure inductance by connecting a series inductance/resistance circuit in the emitter and biasing on the transistor long enough for the current to reach a maximum value that is at least five LR time constants

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Use a transistor and an ammeter to measure inductance

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